Nonprofits face unique challenges as they look to not just get funded but meet their objectives and serve those they are hoping to benefit. Building a strong nonprofit requires not only careful market research on many levels, including a deep understanding of both the client base and potential sources of continuing cash flow, but a long-term outline for achieving success.
A custom-written Wise 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Business Plan is tailored toward charitable organizations and partnerships and lays out how the corporation will be managed.
A nonprofit is eligible to receive both private and public grants and can apply for tax-exempt status from the Internal Revenue Service. Upon receiving tax-exempt status, the company can then solicit tax-deductible donations, which are critical to fundraising.
A professionally written Nonprofit Plan is absolutely key to providing those looking to make large donations with the information they need to commit funds to the project.
The Wise Nonprofit Business Plan — written by one of our expert MBA business plan writers — is carefully crafted to meet the unique needs of nonprofits.
The Nonprofit Business Plan is about ~25-30 pages in length, including color charts and graphs, and consists of the following components:
- Executive Summary
- Financial objectives
- Startup or expansion summary
- Products or Services
- Board of directors and management summary
- Market Size
- Market segmentation
- Targeted demographics
- Market needs
- Marketing objectives
- Marketing strategy
- Competitive analysis
- Competitive advantages
- Keys to success
- SWOT analysis
- Barriers to entry
5 year proforma financial projection include:
- Personnel forecast
- Surplus and deficit
- Break-even analysis
- Funding Statement
- Cash flow statement
- Balance sheet
- Sensitivity analysis
- Financial indicators
- Financial assumptions
Every plan includes professional service:
Document written in Microsoft Word, financials built custom in Microsoft Excel, and plan created in professional graphic programs by skilled designers.
PowerPoint Presentation (Optional):
A Wise Business PowerPoint Presentation helps direct investor attention to the points you most want to emphasize while offering an outline to streamline your presentation to potential funding sources. Each concise, visually appealing presentation is carefully written and designed to perfectly support your not for profit business plan.